24 Int'l J. Refugee L. [i] (2012)

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Re fu gee Law
Volume 24           Number 1            2012
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Integrating Refugees: The Case for a Minority Rights
Based Approach  Stephanie E Bery                           1
Excluding Justice: The Dangerous Intersection between
Refugee Claims, Criminal Law, and 'Guilty' Asylum
Seekers Jennifer Bond                                     37
The Supervision of Immigration and Asylum Appeals
in the UK - Taking Stock  Sarah Craig & Maria Fletcher    60
Acting the Part: Can Non-State Entities Provide Protection
Under International Refugee Law? Maria O'Sullivan         85
CASE LAW
A.B. (Applicant) v Refugee Appeals Tribunal and the Minister
for Justice, Equality and Law Reform (Respondents)
The High Court, Ireland                                  Ill
DOCUMENTS
International Protection  Volker Tirk, Director, Division
of International Protection, UNHCR                       120
Note on International Protection Report of the High
Commissioner, United Nations General Assembly            130
Note on International Protection, Addendum: Note on
Statelessness Report of the High Commissioner,
United Nations General Assembly                          150
BOOK REVIEW
Conny Rijken (ed), Combating Trafficking in Human Beings
for Labour Exploitation, Wolf Legal Publishers,
Nijmengen, 2011 Jean Allain                              161
Elspeth Guild, Security and Migration in the 21st Century,
Polity Press, Cambridge, 2009  Elisa Fornale             164

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